High School students from across Sydney took part in an Architecture workshop on Wednesday 3 July in the Red Centre West Wing. The three hour workshop was led by current Built Environment Master of Architecture students and gives students in years 10 – 12 an insight into the world of Architecture. Thirteen students took part in the workshop that comprised a series of quick design exercises encouraging them to think conceptually and challenge the way they think about space. Drawing and building exercises were included to stimulate creativity while providing an interactive and engaging environment.
The Faculty of Built Environment offers a range of workshops that enable high school students to make informed decisions about choosing a degree, university and a career.
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Students creating structures out of interconnecting foam mats